Return to Top Page



PHOTO EXHIBITIONS

Schedules
.(Please confirm information before you go at URL and the phone numbers listed)

Areas Galleries Exhibitions Days
Chuo-ku Nikon Salon Ginza "20XX" by Kuta Takashima Feb. 12-Feb. 25
   Ricoh Ginza "The secret 2020" Charity Photo Exhibition at Ricoh Gallery A.W.P. Feb. 12-Feb. 29
    Canon Gallery Ginza "Honey Bees and Human Beings" by Hitoshi Akutagawa Feb. 20-Feb. 26
     Leica Gallery Ginza  Saul Leiter Photo Exhibition Dec. 6-March 1
Minato-ku Fuji Film Square Photo Group Terakoya Ichinokai 20th Anniversay Exhibition at Space 1 and 2 Feb. 14-Feb. 20
     Masaaki Aihara Photo Exhibition at mini gallery Feb. 14-Feb. 27
    Feature Exhibition: Takeji Iwamiya Exhibiton - Colors and Forms of Kyoto at Photo History Museum Jan. 4-March 31
Shibuya-ku Bunkamura Museum "Forever Saul Leiter" Jan. 9-March 8
Shinagawa-ku Canon Gallery Shinagawa Kiyotaka Morooka Photo Exhibition at Canon Gallery S Feb. 13-March 28
Shinjuku-ku Ricoh Imaging Square Shinjuku "Wild Animals" by Ichiyasu Koyama at Gallery I and II Feb. 12-Feb. 24
                                        Nikon Plaza Shinjuku THE GALLERY I "Graduation Works of 8 Photography School 2020" at Gallery I Feb. 18-Feb. 24
  Nikon Plaza Shinjuku THE GALLERY II "Graduation Works of 8 Photography School 2020" at Gallery II Feb. 18-Feb. 24
     Olympus Gallery  Fumiaki Ogoshi Photo Exhibition at Olympus Gallery, S-Tec-Information-Building in Nishi Shinjuku Feb. 21-Feb. 26
Meguro-ku  Tokyo Metropolitan Photographic Art Museum Yebisu Internatinal Festival for Art & Alternative Visons 2020: THE IMAGINATION OF TIME at Tokyo Museum of Photography, Maison franco-Japonaise, The Garden Room, Yebisu Garden Place Center Square etc., Feb. 7-Feb. 23, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. (closed Mon.), Admission: free Feb. 7-Feb. 23

FUJI FILM SQUARE

Photo Group Terakoya Ichinokai 20th Anniversay Exhibition at Space 1 and 2, Feb. 14-Feb. 20/ Masaaki Aihara Photo Exhibition (Neopan 100 ACROS II) at mini gallery, Feb. 14-Feb. 27/ Feature Exhibition: Takeji Iwamiya Exhibiton - Colors and Forms of Kyoto, Jan. 4-March 31 at Photo History Museum

http://fujifilmsquare.jp/en/
Address: Midtown West 1F, 9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/UNYRH
Access: Roppongi Station on Subway Hibiya Line
Hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. (closed year-end and new year days Dec. 28-Jan. 3 closed)
Admission: free
Telephone: 03-6271-3350

NIKON PLAZA, SHINJUKU

Nikon Photo Salon was first opened in 1968 in Ginza commemorating the 50th anniversary of the company. The opening exhibiton was Kimura Ihei. Since then the salon has contributed to the spread of photographic culture by offering a free exhibition space to aspiring artists.
In 1971, Shinjuku Nikon Salon was opened and in Osaka in 1974. . In summer 2017, Nikon Photo Salon was renewed and was renamed Nikon Plaza.

"Graduation Works of 8 Photography School 2020" at Gallery I and II, Feb. 18-Feb. 24 (Sunday closed)

http://www.nikon-image.com/activity/salon/schedule/
Hours: 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (Dec. 30-Jan. 4 closed)
Admission: free
Address: c/o Nikon Plaza Shinjuku, 28F, Shinjuku L Tower Bldg., 6-1, 1-chome, Nishi-shinjuku, Tokyo
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/PgP2P
Telephone: 03-3344-0565


NIKON SALON GINZA

Nikon Photo Salon was first opened in 1968 in Ginza commemorating the 50th anniversary of the company. The opening exhibiton was Kimura Ihei. Since then the salon has contributed to the spread of photographic culture by offering a free exhibition space to aspiring artists. In 1971, Shinju Nikon Salon was opened and in Osaka in 1974.

"20XX" by Kuta Takashima, Feb. 12-Feb. 25 (Sunday closed)

http://www.nikon-image.com/activity/salon/schedule/
Hours: 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (closed Feb. 11-12, Aug. 17-18) (Dec. 29-Jan. 5 closed)
Admission: free
Address: c/o Nikon Plaza Ginza, 1F and 2F, Strata Ginza Bldg., 10-1, 7-chome, Ginza, Chuo-ku
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/n9OYb
Telephone: 03-5537-1469

LEICA GALLERY GINZA

While presenting a full lineup of Leica products, the Leica Store Tokyo Ginza also aim to comprehensively foster a photographic culture. Leica offers consultaions for repair and maintenance and many other services. Leica delights in presenting visitors inspirational photographic art in their gallery. (from Leica Ginza Home Page)

Saul Leiter Photo Exhibition
, Dec. 6-March 1

https://jp.leica-camera.com/
Leica Gallery Ginza
Opening Hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (Mon. closed)(Dec. 30-Jan. 3 closed)
Address: 6-4-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Telephone: 03-6215-7070
Fax: 03-6215-7071

BUNKAMURA THE MUSEUM

Bunkamura, The Museum is mainly engaged in planning and exhibiting art with a focus on a stream of modern art. The Museum holds thematic, visionary, and highly recognized exhibitions, such as solo exhibitions of artists who have little chance to exhibit in Japan and exhibitions of masterpieces from internationally renowned museums. Four to six exhibitions are planned and held annually with a focus on the four themes: Western paintings in the 19th and 20th centuries, masterpieces from international museums, the works of female artists, and photography.

Forever Saul Leiter, Jan. 9-March 8, Admission: 1,600 yen
URL:http://www.bunkamura.co.jp/english/museum/index.html

Map: http://goo.gl/maps/EgZcQ
Address: 2-24-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku
Access: Shibuya Station on JR Yamanote Line/Subway Ginza Line/ Tokyu Den-en Toshi Line
Hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. (open only during the exhibitions)
Telephone: 03-3477-9111


OLYMPUS GALLERY

Olympus Gallery has moved from Ogawa-cho, Kanda, Chiyoda-ku to Nishi Shinjuku at the 1st Basement of S-Tec-Information-Building in May, 2015

Fumiaki Ogoshi Photo Exhibition Feb. 21-Feb. 26 at Olympus Gallery, S-Tec-Information-Building in Nishi Shinjuku)

http://www.olympus.co.jp/jp/gallery/

Address: 1st Basement S-Tec-Information-Building 1-24-1 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
Hours: 11:00 a.m.-7 p.m. (closed Thursday)(Dec. 26-Jan. 5 closed)
Admission: free
Access: Five minutes walk from JR Shinjuku Station West Exit.
Telephone: 03-5909-0191

RICOH IMAGING SQUARE, SHINJUKU

Exhibitions by photographers of great individuality/ Camera and lens showroom/ Photo Imagination Space where visitors can associate with camera and photos/ Service Counter - Repair and Checking.

"Wild Animals" by Ichiyasu Koyama at Gallery I and II, Feb. 12-Feb. 24

http://www.ricoh-imaging.co.jp/japan/community/squareshinjuku/
Address: Shinjuku Center Bldg. MB
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/XoDbx
Access: West Exit, Shinjuku Station on JR Yamanote Line
Hours: 10:30-6:30 p.m. (closed Tuesday and Feb. 1 and 2)(Dec. 29-Jan. 5 closed)
Telephone: 0570-006-371

RICOH IMAGING SQUARE, GINZA

"The secret 2020" Charity Photo Exhibition, Feb. 12-Feb. 29 at Ricoh Gallery A.W.P, Admission: 510 yen

9th Floor: Camera Zone: Ricoh's epoch making historical cameras and Pentax cameras./ Photo Space for Uprising photographers/ Work Shop Space.

Ricoh Imaging Square Ginza
Address: San-ai Dream Center Bldg. 8F/9F, 5-7-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/bcFOu
Hours: 11a.m.-7 p.m. (closed Tuesday)(Dec. 29-Jan. 5 closed)
Telephone: 03-3289-1521

CANON GALLERY, SHINAGAWA

Japan's first 35mm focal-plane shutter rangefinder camera was introduced into the market in 1935. This all started in a small streetside shop in Tokyo, the "Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory," to produce the prototype camera called "Kwanon," which later evolved into the "Hansa Canon."This is the origin of Canon's camera making which always involves many trial and error processes. Small but steady steps for Canon cameras were initiated here. (from Canon Camera Museum)

Kiyotaka Morooka Photo Exhibition at Canon Gallery S, Feb. 13-March 28

https://cweb.canon.jp/gallery/index.html


Time: 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (Sunday and National Holidays closed)(Dec. 28-Jan. 5 closed)
Address: 2-16-6 Canon S Tower 1F
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/ezL9y
Access: Shinagawa Station on JR Yamanote Line
Telephone: 03-6719-9021

CANON GALLERY, GINZA

Japan's first 35mm focal-plane shutter rangefinder camera was introduced into the market in 1935. This all started in a small streetside shop in Tokyo, the "Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory," to produce the prototype camera called "Kwanon," which later evolved into the "Hansa Canon."This is the origin of Canon's camera making which always involves many trial and error processes. Small but steady steps for Canon cameras were initiated here. (from Canon Camera Museum)

"Fumiaki Ogoshi Photo Exhibition"
Feb. 21-Feb. 26

http://cweb.canon.jp/gallery/
Address: 3-9-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Hours: 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (Sun. and National Holidays closed)(Dec 26-Jan. 5 clsoed)
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/DULp5
Access: Higashi Ginza Station on Subway Hibiya Line, Toei Subway, Ginza Station on Subway Ginza Line
Telephone: 03-3542-1860

TOKYO METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Yebisu Internatinal Festival for Art & Alternative Visons 2020: THE IMAGINATION OF TIME at Tokyo Museum of Photography, Maison franco-Japonaise, The Garden Room, Yebisu Garden Place Center Square etc., Feb. 7-Feb. 23, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. (closed Mon.), Admission: free

At the museum, besides a large permanent collection, major Japanese and Western photographers are featured with excellent changing exhibitions.

The museum occupies a four floor building in one corner of Ebisu Garden Place.

http://topmuseum.jp/e/contents/index.html
Access: Ebisu Station on JR Yamanote Line/ Ebisu Station on Subway Hibiya Line
Open: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Closed Mon - if Monday is a holiday on Tuesday)(Dec. 29-Jan. 1 closed)(Jan. 2 and 3 opens from 10 a.m)
Address: 1-13-3 Mita, Meguro-ku
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/4iRI6
Telephone: 03-3280-0099

Return to top of this page